Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is named after Saint Valentino, one of the first professor saints to be converted to – and the whole world celebrates love on Valentine’s Day. the love between a lover and a friend of the opposite sex. Usually, girls show their affection by sending Valentine’s cards, roses, chocolates, and other unique gifts to the man they secretly love. Previously Valentine’s Day (now February 14 every year) was the only holiday in North America and Europe, but today it has become popular in most countries. According to Eastern culture, Valentine’s Day is celebrated on Qixi Day.

What is Valentine’s day?

Valentine’s Day is also known as Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day. It is named after Saint Valentine – one of the first Christian martyrs.

Meaning of Valentine’s Day

What does Valentine’s Day mean? Indeed many of you have guessed the meaning of this day by coming here. Valentine’s is an occasion for the whole world to honor the love between couples, the affection between lovers, and, more broadly, the friendship of the opposite sex. Every time Valentine’s comes, people express their love for each other through sweet wishes or meaningful gifts such as cards, roses, chocolates, and some other unique gifts (such as watches, shirts, etc.) for couples, romantic dinners…).

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Origin of Valentine’s Day

There are many theories about the origin of Valentine’s Day, but the most accepted theory is the story of a priest named Valentine under the Roman Emperor Claudius II. Around the 3rd century, the Roman Empire had to participate in many bloody wars and was not supported by the people. At that time, because it was challenging to get young men to join the army, Emperor Claudius II argued that Roman men did not want to leave their families or lovers; marriage only made men weak. soft. With this in mind, Claudius II banned people from holding engagements or weddings to focus all their energy on the war.

The king’s decree again met opposition from many, including the priest Valentine of Rome and St. Marius. They continue to perform wedding ceremonies for young couples in secret. Not long after this was discovered, Father Valentine was arrested and sentenced to death by dragging and stoning on February 14, 273. However, the afternoon before his execution, he sent the first “Valentine card” to the daughter of the jailer Asterius – a young woman born blind who he miraculously healed. The card that Father Valentine sent was signed “dal Vostro Valentino” (translated as From your Valentine – from your Valentine). Gradually, February 14 every year became the day when couples exchanged love messages. Saint Valentine has since become the patron saint of couples.

What Valentine’s Days are there?

Traditionally, Valentine’s Day is only one day, on February 14, every year. However, you know, I love that! One Valentine’s Day doesn’t seem enough for people to express their feelings for each other. For that reason, in addition to Valentine’s Day on February 14 every year, people have celebrated two more Valentine’s Days on March 14 and April 14. So what is Valentine’s Day, February 14, March 14, and April 14?

Red Valentine

Red Valentine is a traditional Valentine’s Day, celebrated on February 14 according to the “legend” of Saint Valentine. This is an opportunity for people to express their feelings to the other half through gifts and sweet wishes.

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Valentines Day 1

Black Valentine

Black Valentine – sounds “a bit sad” and “unlucky,” right? Is this the day for broken love? The truth is not! Black Valentine originated in Korea, taking place on April 14. Unlike Red Valentine and White Valentine, Black Valentine is a day reserved for members of the singles association (FA). On this occasion, young people still alone in the land of kimchi will invite each other to eat black noodles (Jajangmyun) to affirm that “What about FA? FA isn’t necessarily boring!”

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White Valentine

What day is White Valentine? What country does White Valentine originate from? White Valentine (or White Day, White Valentine) is celebrated on March 14 every year, precisely one month after Red Valentine’s Day. White Valentine originates from Japan – the land of the rising sun. The story goes that, in 1965 in Japan, a guy selling marshmallows gave a girl who secretly loved him a big box of snow-white candy in return for her affection on Red Valentine’s Day. Young people quickly received white Valentine’s Day. On this day, the boys will return the love of the girl who has loved them in the past with a meaningful gift or touching words. White Valentine’s is probably a day “full of suspense and anticipation” for girls because they all look forward to receiving a gift affirming their affection from the boy they love.

valentine day Happy
valentine day Happy

Hopefully, our article has helped you better understand what Valentine’s is as well as the meaning and origin of Valentine’s. Another Valentine’s season is coming, I wish you all a happy and happy holiday season, especially ladies.

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